Webinar Schedule

Latest Advances in the Antelope Environmental Monitoring System – Antelope 5.14

Featuring Dr. Kent Lindquist, Boulder Real Time Technologies, Inc.

The Antelope Environmental Monitoring Software sets the standard for data acquisition, analysis, and management software. Designed to provide a comprehensive set of real-time environmental monitoring data and processed information, Antelope is leveraged by the 10 largest seismic networks in the world (outside of Japan) to ensure the highest level of data return and robustness.

In this presentation and live Q&A, Dr. Kent Lindquist will discuss the new challenges addressed and important advances in the recently released version 5.14 of the Antelope Environmental Monitoring System. The new version continues to push Antelope as the leading edge of data monitoring technology, while creating an even more intuitive user experience.

This session is a must for anyone involved in environmental and seismic monitoring. Don’t miss this opportunity to draw upon Dr. Lindquist’s experience to better understand how to manage small and large seismic systems.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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June 19 @ 9AM (Pacific)

The 99% Data Return Recipe

Featuring Dr. Mathias Franke, Kinemetrics Inc.

99% Data Return over an entire year – No Timing Issues – No Micro Gaps. These performance indicators tell the story of sound engineering, outstanding dataloggers, and enterprise-class software.

Data return is the ultimate benchmark of the success of any environmental monitoring network. Without data, operators gain no value from their investment in the system. Systems related to the observational sciences (e.g., seismic networks, etc.) rely even more heavily upon high data returns. You can’t schedule an earthquake, so if the system misses data, generates error-laced returns, or experiences downtime, entire events can be missed.

In this informative webinar + Q&A, Dr. Mathias Franke describes how to achieve the lofty target of 99% data return with pristine timing in real-world seismic systems. This presentation places particular emphasis on the practical application of specific technology based upon a proven track record of delivering unmatched data return in large mission-critical systems.

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April 5 @ 9AM (Pacific)

Virtual Antelope User Group Meeting 2023

 

Boulder Real Time Technologies (BRTT) and Kinemetrics are hosting a Virtual Antelope User Group Meeting January 18-19 from 9am – 12pm (Pacific).

There will be 8 presentations across the TWO-DAY EVENT, each with a question and answer period following the presentation.

If you would like the chance to hear more about the Antelope Environmental Monitoring System from a diverse group of experts, we would love to see you there!

Here is a look at the schedule:

DAY ONE:  REGISTER NOW!

Wednesday – January 18

9:00am – Kent Lindquist (BRTT)

What’s New in Antelope 5.12: Challenges and Future Directions

9:40am – Alex Farrell (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)

Reimagining How the Alaska Earthquake Center Authoritative Catalog is Generated – Part 1

10:20am – Mathias Franke (Kinemetrics)

Seismic Networks in the Cloud

11:00am – Alex Farrell (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)

Reimagining How the Alaska Earthquake Center Authoritative Catalog is Generated – Part 2

DAY TWO:  REGISTER NOW!

Thursday – January 19

9:00am – Gary Pavlis (Indiana University)

Massively Parallel Analysis System for Seismology (MsPASS): a Framework for New Frontiers in Seismology Research

10:00am – Dennis Pumphry (Kinemetrics)

Q8’s Mesh Network

10:30am – Jamie Steidl (University of California Santa Barbara)

Examples of how Antelope facilitates the engineering research on earthquake effects like nonlinear soil behavior and liquefaction, and on real-time monitoring and alerting for structural systems.

11:00am – Frank Vernon (University of California San Diego)

Antelope Structural Health Monitoring Applications

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January 18-19 from 9am – 12pm (Pacific).

Seismic Networks in the Cloud

Featuring Dr. Mathias Franke, Kinemetrics Inc.

Traditional earthquake data processing is carried out utilizing dedicated hardware in a data center run by the seismic network operator. Such specialized data centers must be carefully planned, and hardware resources (space, power, servers, storage, routers, etc.) are purchased in advance or constantly aggregated/modified/updated.

With the evolution of the internet as the backbone of international data exchange, multi-tenant data centers started to evolve in many fields, eventually resulting in scientific cloud computing.

Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of computing power, database storage, applications, and other IT resources through a cloud services platform via the internet. State-of-the-art cloud data centers offer flexibility and scalability for demand-driven processes that can deliver the reliability required for critical observational science and civil protection initiatives such as seismic monitoring networks.

In this session, Dr. Mathias Franke will introduce us to the requirements, challenges, and opportunities provided by cloud-based seismic monitoring solutions such as Kinemetrics’ Aspen platform.

During this informative webinar and Q&A session, Dr. Franke will systematically and financially compares two cloud configurations: one for a small scientific network with a few data users and another for a very large national network with many stakeholders from network operators to emergency officers.

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October 26 @ 9AM (Pacific)

What’s New in Antelope 5.12

Featuring Dr. Kent Lindquist, Boulder Real Time Technologies

The Antelope Environmental Monitoring Software sets the standard for data acquisition, analysis, and management software. Designed to provide a comprehensive set of real-time environmental monitoring data and processed information, Antelope is leveraged by the 10 largest seismic networks in the world (outside of Japan) to ensure the highest level of data return and robustness.

In this presentation and live Q&A, Dr. Kent Lindquist will discuss the new challenges addressed and important advances in the recently released version 5.12 of the Antelope Environmental Monitoring System.

June 29 @ 9AM (Pacific)

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A 10-Year Review of the Operation of the Mission Critical Italian Strong-Motion Network – RAN

KMI Information Series Webinar + Q&A!!!

The Italian Civil Protection Department (DPC) is the owner of the 500-station national Italian strong-motion network (Rete Accelerometrica Naczionale – RAN). Since 2012, DPC has outsourced the network maintenance and operation to Kinemetrics’ Open Systems & Services Division (OSS).

In this session, Dr. Mathias Franke will review the RAN performance from inception in 2012 to recent events spanning nearly ten years. The webinar highlights the dynamics of such a large network requesting constant improvements and the need for scalability. He will place additional focus on how the knowledge gained from the RAN is fed back into Kinemetrics’ Aspen Solution, e.g., software, hardware, and system design.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Feb 23, 2022 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Traceview – The Antelope Waveform Analysis Program

Traceview – The Antelope Waveform Analysis Program

In this session, special guest speaker Trilby Cox will provide an overview of the latest Antelope waveform analysis program, Traceview. Beginning with a brief history of Antelope waveform analysis programs, Trilby will provide an introduction to Traceview with context around development of the new program, and demonstrate the capabilities currently available for use.

This informative webinar + Q&A is a must see for Antelope users, researchers, and professionals interested in cutting-edge analysis tools.

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Time: April 7, 2021 9:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Expert Panel: The Kinemetrics Information Series On-Demand Library

Expert Panel: The Kinemetrics Information Series On-Demand Library

In this special session, our panel of experts will review the knowledge base of 28 on-demand webinars created in 2020 Kinemetrics Information Series.

Dr. Derek Skolnik will host Dr. Mathias Franke, Dr. Lani Oncescu, and Mauricio Ciudad-Real in a discussion of topics across four categories: Products, Seismology, Earthquake Engineering, and Business Continuity.

This informative webinar + Q&A will provide a synopsis for each category, discuss what we learned, and provide information on how best to utilize these resources in your own projects.

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Time: February 10, 2021 9:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Operation of the Mission Critical Italian Strong-Motion Network – RAN

Operation of the Mission Critical Italian Strong-Motion Network – RAN

The Italian Civil Protection Department (DPC) is the owner of the 500-station national Italian strong-motion network (Rete Accelerometrica Naczionale – RAN). In a move to improve the network’s station availability, DPC outsourced the network’s maintenance and operation in 2012 to Kinemetrics’ Open Systems & Services Division (OSS).

In this session, Dr. Mathias Franke will cover the RAN from station design to information products, from daily tasks to network performance, and from people to software.

This informative webinar + Q&A will provide an example of how OSS develops solutions, manages projects, and continually delivers value to clients.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Time: February 3, 2021 9:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)